Trump verbally attacks Hutchinson over January 6 testimony

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Former Trump White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah Griffin weighs in on the former president verbally attacking Cassidy Hutchinson on Newsmax following her testimony before the January 6 committee. #erinburnettoutfront #CNN #january6

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